Last Updated: Mon, 03 Dec 2012 14:54
Vice president Adriano Galliani insists AC Milan have no plans to sell any of their top stars in the January transfer window.
Both Robinho and Alexandre Pato have been linked with moves away from the San Siro in the new year, with the former, once again, being paired with his old club Santos.
Pato prompted speculation of a winter exit when recently suggesting that he was unhappy at a lack of playing time and so it was thought that the Brazil international striker might be on his way out.
But Galliani, while admitting that they will have to reduce the size of their squad at some stage, insists that Milan want to keep their best players at the club.
"Santos may be interested in Robinho, but it is not our intention to sell," he said. "There are no offers for any of our players at this point in time.
"I think that Pato is on the mend and everything has been cleared up with his agent.
"There are 32 players in the squad and if nobody leaves then nobody will come in. We'll have to sell first and then buy, otherwise we'll stay as we are."
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